Usually the holiday season starts with a feeling of confidence. You can totally do this. You’ve got weeks before the big day! There’s plenty of time! Time goes on…and the schedule gets stacked tighter and tighter.
Eventually, you start feeling a bit panicked. Nearly all the stress that comes with the Christmas season can be categorized into two categories:
- Tasks You HAVE to Do
- Tasks You’d LIKE to Do
The key is figuring out which category each task belongs to. Does this really need to get done?
The Secret to Skipping Stress Over the Holidays
We asked Mrs. Claus (the champion of “getting things done” during the Christmas season) to share her best holiday survival tips. She graciously agreed, letting us publish the interview on MightyMoms.club. She’s nice like that.
Within that article, though, she described the organizational system that allows her to be so rosy-cheeked and jolly during the most stressful period of the year. You can request a copy of her famous system, along with a blank version for your own use, by filling out the form below.
Use Mrs. Claus’ organizational printable to help you determined what MUST be done. Yours completely free!
Have You Read These Yet?
Here are a few more articles that will keep your holidays as happy as possible!
23 Inexpensive Christmas Gifts for Clever Moms on a Budget
They will never guess these are cheap gifts. (And I promise not to tell.)
Why Baby Stocking Stuffers Are Good for Brain Growth
$10 can help your baby participate in this holiday tradition!
Here are the Family Christmas Traditions You Don’t Want to Miss
These are the types of family memories that last forever.